First let's take a look at my blurred vision. This is almost a constant, especially since my first hospital stay... It has not got any better... Usually it clears up quite a bit after a steroid treatment but not this time... I got used to it after a while but now it is way worse!
Glasses help a bit but as you can see things are still a little blurry even with them on. For most people this issue is caused by inflammation along the optic nerves, this is called optic neuritis and is one of the most common symptoms among MS Patients. For me, at least the last time I had an eye exam, there is nothing wrong with my optic nerves but instead there is a lesion on my brain where the signals from the optic nerves are sent. That could have changed though, need to get back in to find out!
What has never, ever, gone away for me is a blind spot in the left of my peripheral vision. Things just kind of fade away when they enter this spot... They disappear... Makes driving a little scary sometimes! When I COULD drive (since I can't right now) I had to make sure I constantly scanned with my eyes so that I would never loose track of a car in my blind spot. It was a new way of looking at the world, literally! One again I adapted, changed, and it became second nature. In the above image you can see where my blind spot would be if I was looking at that center tack. Below you can get a taste of what driving against traffic is like if I do not scan.
Lastly I occasionally get double vision which I hate more than anything. Nothing helps! Sometimes covering one eyes helps (because the double vision can be caused by both eyes not focusing right on the same target) but sometimes the issue is in the brain... Double vision makes my dizziness worse and and sometimes makes me a little nauseated... Never thought I would have to wear an eye patch but I have! You can't wear it too long but I can not remember why at the moment. You can also get a prism put over one eye on you glasses if the issue is not going away...
Keep in mind, this is just my own experience with vision loss. It will be different with each person!